Shrinking SWaP to Achieve Smaller, Faster Systems (.PDF Download)

PC/104 and the ISA bus will never go away, but smaller-form-factor platforms like Diamond Systems’ Zeta system (Fig. 1) are needed to minimize size, weight, and power (SWaP). They also must deliver the performance required for new applications from drones to the latest medical equipment.

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